A good water year for the East Bay Municipal Utility District does not always translate to a good water year for the local districts relying on their flows to serve customers.
Enough snowmelt running down from the Sierra Nevada mountains will fill up the district's reservoirs to meet this summer's demands and start the next rainy season with ample storage, according to EBMUD spokesperson Charles Hardy. That's 440,000 acre-feet to last the summer.
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